You must report the holiday pay that your employees have accrued under the Danish Holiday Act in the period from 1 September 2019 to 31 August 2020.
Report before 31 December 2020
You must report holiday pay no later than 31 December 2020. Subsequently, you will receive a letter with the reports that Lønmodtagernes Feriemidler has received.
In specific cases e.g. bonus pay, you can report holiday pay for the transition year after the original deadline 31 December 2020.
Your employees will get a letter from Lønmodtagernes Feriemidler at the start of 2021 where they will be notified of what you have reported for them.
Who do you need to report for?
You must report for:
Dismissed/resigned employees with paid holidays
Employees with paid holidays who remain employed
How to report
If you do not have a Danish CVR/SE number or if you are unable to report to E-income, you can contact our customer service for advice and guidance.
Do you have a Danish CVR/SE number?
It varies how you have to report for the different types of employees in the transition year.
Get help with reporting
If you use a payroll service agency or payroll system, you can contact either the agency or the supplier of the payroll system if you need help with reporting. If you usually report directly via E-income, you should keep doing so in the future.
How to report for different types of employees
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